University of Texas at Austin
In 1883, the University of Texas began with one building, eight professors, and 221 students, and has continued to develop since then. Austin, Texas is the location. The University of Texas at Austin is the system's flagship institution. It has been acknowledged for its academic excellence and is one of the top 20 public colleges in the United States, according to US News and World Report. It offers approximately 156 undergraduate programmes and 237 graduate degrees, including PhD programmes. It also provides study abroad opportunities in 78 countries.

Cost of attendance

Cost of attendance at UT Austin for international students’ ranges between 29.81 lakhs to 31.70 lakhs for a masters degree and 43.21 lakhs to 49,20 lakhs for a bachelors degree.


The university includes 14 residence halls that provide a very supportive environment for your overall growth. They also host unique events outside of the classroom to help you improve your abilities. If you live on campus, you'll have access to lounges, study areas, and 24-hour computer laboratories. Another significant benefit of living on campus is the ease with which you can get around. You can take Capitol Metro for free to any location in Austin. Room, food plan, internet access, laundry, and relevant sales tax are included in the rates for both the autumn and spring semesters, which start at $11,791 and go up to $19,659, respectively.

Acceptance rate

The total number of students enrolled at the university are 55008. The University of Texas at Austin reports having a total of 5,252 international students on campus. The acceptance rate is 36.5 %.


The University of Texas campus, often known as "Forty Acres," is the system's flagship school. Along with academic buildings, research facilities, residences, and other attractions, the UT Austin main campus features 17 libraries and 7 museums. The site also has the Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, a multifunctional entertainment and sports arena, as well as a gym. The Tower, the Six Pack, the Littlefield Fountain, Blanton Museum, LBJ Library, and the Turtle Pond are just a few of the prominent features on the UT Austin campus. The University of Texas in Austin has been voted the best party school in the country. There are around 1300 clubs and organisations at the university, as well as over 70 fraternities and sororities. In addition, the university maintains one of the largest student-run newspapers in the United States.


The University of Texas at Austin is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate, masters, professional and doctorate degrees.

Jobs and Placement

The University of Texas at Austin provides 15 career development centres that assist students in finding internships, employment in the United States, and professions. At the centre, workshops on resume and cover letter writing, as well as interviewing methods, are held on a regular basis. Employers can meet students and select the required workforce through the university's relationship. Alumni also assist with the hiring process. Nearly 75% of UT Austin graduates have full-time jobs, which is statistically higher than the national average. Graduates of the University of Texas at Austin earn an average of $71k per year. Accenture, American Airlines, ASRC Corp, AT&T Entities, ATA Engineering, Apple Inc, Avalon Consulting, and Bain & Company are among the companies where our students work.

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#67 in QS Top University Rankings 2022

The Ranking

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